The Solar1000 is an automated data acquisition system specifically designed for solar monitoring applications. The standard package is designed to meet CaISO standards. Systems are easily customized with accessories for every aspect of the station, from communications to mounting options.
Typical applications include pre-construction phase solar resource assessment, baseline data collection, and performance monitoring. The Solar1000 simplifies the process of collecting system data by acting as the single point data gateway for environmental, inverter, and meter data.
Most of the systems we sell are customized. These systems, however, typically measure the following parameters:
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Depending on the tracker being used, a Campbell Scientific datalogger can request data, relay diagnostic information, and potentially control the tracker.
No. Sensors are manufactured by Hukseflux, EKO Instruments, Kipp & Zonen, and Eppley Laboratory. Contact Campbell Scientific for more information, including sensor tracker compatibility.
No. The main concern when installing the system is to ensure that the stand is secure to the ground and that the sensors are aligned and leveled. With patience, these tasks can be performed fairly easily.
The CR1000 datalogger has built-in capabilities to be fully compatible with Modbus, as well as DNP3. The intention is to add additional compatible protocols as the industry and markets change and evolve.